This organization was founded in the lasting memory of Natalie Marie Giorgi who passed away July 27 2013 due to an allergic reaction to peanuts at the age of 13.
Yet it will be Natalie’s infectious laugh, radiant smile, zest for living and her uncompromising attitude for attacking life’s many hurdles thrown her way, which will never be forgotten by the many people who knew and loved her.
Natalie along with her twin sister were born premature which left her with physical struggles, which only seemed to strengthen her spirit as she battled to overcome them. She had planned on growing up to one day be a neonatologist to help the babies she once was. She had given of her own money to St. Judes with out prompting because she just didn’t want to see the young ones suffer. She always had her eye on the little ones whether at school, home, or large family gatherings.
It is with these memories in our minds that the Natalie Marie Giorgi Foundation was created to reduce dangerous food allergy deaths by spreading public awareness, provide education regarding emergency responses, and increase the availability of epinephrine injectors in public places.
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